(氣功). A traditional complex of Chinese health techniques ranging from physical exercises and martial arts to meditation and based on mobilizing the breath energy, qi (氣). China had thousands of small or large movements teaching qi gong, and they were not only tolerated but encouraged by the CCP until 1999, when the clash between the regime and Falun Gong made the Party suspicious of qi gong in general.
Several Christian Churches, Statues Attacked in Europe in March and April
The Observatory of Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe details incidents in several countries, including UK, Italy, Germany and Poland.
Xinjiang Genocide: An Anonymous “Scholarly Article” Echoes CCP’s Lies
Some take it seriously, but the text is just a laundry list of propaganda arguments routinely used by Beijing.
China: National Security Education Day Focused on Fighting Illegal Religion
On April 15, Chinese were called to support repression of banned religions, including Falun Gong, The Church of Almighty God, and the Association of Disciples
“China is Writing the Handbook for Future Genocides”
A webinar hosted by three Canadian NGOs offered one of the best accounts of crimes perpetrated in Xinjiang and Chinese propaganda denying them.